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stim·u·lant

(stim'yū-lănt),
1. Stimulating; exciting to action.
See also: stimulus.
2. An agent that arouses organic activity, strengthens the action of the heart, increases vitality, and promotes a sense of well-being; classified according to the parts on which they chiefly act: cardiac, respiratory, gastric, hepatic, cerebral, spinal, vascular, genital.
See also: stimulus. Synonym(s): excitor, stimulator
Synonym(s): excitant
[L. stimulans, pres. p. of stimulo, pp. -atus, to goad, incite, fr. stimulus, a goad]

excitor

/ex·ci·tor/ (ek-si´tor) a nerve which stimulates a part to greater activity.

excitor

(ĭk-sī′tər)
n.
A nerve whose stimulation induces an increase in activity of the part it supplies.

excitor

(ek-si'tor) [L. excitare, to arouse]
Something that incites to greater activity. Synonym: stimulant
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5, revealing that the consumption of the CB compound was lower than the consumption of the excitor C in the experimental group.
Experiment 1 corroborated a previous observation from our lab showing that serial flavor-sucrose presentations to thirsty rats did not produce evidence of a preference over plain water when tested hungry, thus it was used as a control procedure for flavor conditioning in Experiment 2, which revealed that adding flavor B to the excitor flavor C produced a reduction in the consumption when comparing with the consumption of the excitor alone (i.
That is, protection from extinction could be found to occur when the target CS is nonreinforced in the presence of either an excitor or an extensively extinguished CS (a putative inhibitor, according to Calton et al.
During testing, subjects in group Extinction received the test excitor presented in compound with the conditioned and extinguished flavor (AB), while those in group Pre-exposed had access to the excitor in compound with the pre-exposed flavor (CB).
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Analyses were performed using a fluorescence microscope (Nikon Optiphot-2 and Quips Genetic Workstation; Nikon Inc, Melville, New York) equipped with Chroma Technology 83000 filter set with single band excitors for Texas Red/Rhodamine, FITC, and DAPI (ultraviolet 360 nm).
Analysis was performed using a Nikon Optiphot-2 (Nikon Inc, Melville, New York) and Quips Genetic Workstation equipped with Chroma Technology filter set with single band excitors for Spectrum-Orange, Fluorescein isothiocyanate, 4'6-diamidino-2-pheyndole, (ultraviolet 360 nm) (Vysis).
On this view, the shock deprivation stimuli were functioning as simple conditioned excitors and/or the nonshock deprivation stimuli were conditioned inhibitors.